Denna produkt är fairtrade-märkt.
6 points scored, very high ORAC value, premium quality, Flat, very attractive Fairtrade beans, highest grade of purity, vegan, Fairtrade.
Our organic Fairtrade tatar beans are:
•100% purely natural
•very attractive appearance
•laser cleaned, specially sorted
•checked several times
•valuable source of nutrients
•in Fairtrade quality
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1.-Beans are packed with protein.
2.-Beans contain minerals and vitamins.
In particular calcium, magnesium, iron and potassium, and vitamins B2, B6, C, E, beta-carotene and folic acids.
3.-Beans have a great deal of fibre, which can help to prevent bowel cancer.
4.-Beans have a low glycaemic index – good news for diabetics.
5.-Beans add variety to our diet – as a „slow food” they are more in line with the body’s natural rhythm.
6.-Beans have a very high antioxidant capacity of around 8400 µmol TE (ORAC value = Oxygen Radical Absorption Capacity).
The body’s defence mechanisms are strengthened by foods rich in antioxidants, and this helps to neutralise excessive production of free radicals. The recommended ORAC daily requirement is between 5000 and 7000 .
Our tatar beans are a very old variety, and as the name says, the Tatars of old were very fond of them. Ghenghis Khan’s plundering Tatar hordes used to eat these beans to gain strength for battle.
Our Tatar beans are oblong to oval. Their flat shape gives them a more subtle taste, and they have a very appealing appearance. Dark red in colour, each bean has its own individual white marbled markings.
Tatar beans are just what you need for a healthy diet, providing your body with all the good things described above.
There is only a minimal proportion of broken pieces in our tatar beans and they are very pure, having been cleaned carefully several times.
Origin and Production:
We source our organic Fairtrade tatar beans exclusively from Uzbekistan / Samarkand. We can be sure of meeting our high quality standards by purchasing our products exclusively from this place.
They ripen in the gardens and fields of Fairtrade farmers in the beautiful regions around Samarkand. Large parts of the region are certified for organic and FAIRTRADE products, and are cultivated by the FAIRTRADE farmers living there. The farmers are part of a large Fairtrade community made up of 3 groups, Dustkul Bogi, Turkiston Gulba and Turob Bobo. 1,000 farmers and their families belong to the community.
By working with Fairtrade, the farmers can provide their families with a secure income and offer their children new opportunities.
 Wikipedia Gartenbohnen / beans
Deutsches Ernährungsberatungs- und Informationsnetz
 ORAC USDA Database